Oklahoma Tornado: March 26, 2017

I caught this tornado about five miles east of Ada, Oklahoma this evening. This storm chase was interesting, as it took a while for storms to mature and they struggled with only marginal boundary level moisture. There was a last-minute surge around sunset, as dew-points nudged to around 60 degrees in south-central Oklahoma.

Prior to the tornado above, a funnel cloud and possible tornado was also sighted about three miles east of Ada, Oklahoma.

This severe weather season continues at an above average pace, as 2017 has been a very active year so far. This may continue, as another chase day is possible on Tuesday, March 28th.

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Quincy

Quincy is a meteorologist and storm chaser who travels around the country documenting and researching severe weather. He has on-air experience with stations such as WTNH-TV in New Haven, CT and WREX-TV in Rockford, IL. He was most recently a digital meteorologist for weather.com.

After achieving his B.S. degree in Meteorology at Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) in 2009, he returned as a University Assistant to help produce weather broadcasts. He also gave guest lectures and worked on website design.

He has over nine years of professional weather forecasting experience and his forecasts have been featured in newspapers and on radio stations in multiple states.

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